Wednesday, June 28, 2017


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Friday, June 19, 2015

Do you need Bishops Transcripts checking for Staffordshire, Derbyshire, North Warwickshire and North Shropshire?

Do you need Bishops Transcripts checking for Staffordshire, Derbyshire, North Warwickshire and North Shropshire?

Where parish registers are missing or entries not readable BTs can uncover your ancestors.
 
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Do you have ancestors from Staffordshire, Derbyshire, North Warwickshire or North Shropshire?

Do you have ancestors from Staffordshire, Derbyshire, North Warwickshire or North Shropshire?

Some of the resources available - not on line- where you might find your ancestor in Staffordshire Archives Diocesan Records.

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◦Parish Registers - not all on line for Staffordshire
◦Bishops Transcripts - Staffs, Derbys, Warks, Shrops
◦Records of Poor Law Unions
◦Wills, Inventories and Probate papers - pre 1858, Staffs, Derbys, Warks, Shropshire
◦Trade Directories
◦Quarter Sessions
◦Nonconformist Registers
◦Marriage Licence Records (Allegations and Bonds)
◦Prison records
◦Court and prison records


Monday, June 8, 2015

Who Do You Think You Are? I can find out about your family history

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Sunday, May 17, 2015

An Unusual Baptism Record at Leigh, Staffordshire, 1735

 
 

 
 
Anne, the daughter of Mary Dyche and George Wright was baptised in 1735 in Leigh, Staffordshire.
 
Mary and George were married.
 
However, George ran away afterwards as he appeared to be already married.
 
This proves it is essential to consult the original record as a transcription may not record the full details.

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

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Monday, May 4, 2015

AGREED TO DIE TOGETHER. 20 August 1902 TIVIDALE, ROWLEY, STAFFORDSHIRE

WILFUL MURDER. A coroner's jury at Tividale Rowley, Staffordshire, returned a verdict of wilful murder against William Lane, a private detective, after hearing evidence regarding the death of Elizabeth Dyson, of Bradford. Lane, according to the evidence, took the deceased to a lonely spot, and was caught in tihe act of murdering her by cutting her throat with a shoemaker's knife. The prisoner said that they had agreed to die together. She stabbed him, and afterwards inflicted two wounds on her throat, but he lost- his nerve, and could not commit suicide.